To know and understand the natural horse, we better know, understand and accept ourselves --as well as others!
South Central Pennsylvannia
near Chambersburg, Pa.
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A little horse Promise --with a huge lesson. The time has come to meet ALL horses --eye-to-eye!
[Day three --much of learned habit -like hands on reins --can offend higher communication with the horse.]
I did not necessarily learn what I thought I had set out to learn, but by participating in the program, I learnt more than I will ever truly appreciate the depth of --at a conscious level. Early evening --as reflections draw near, the unforgettable lessons begin to set-in.] Rose tells me “change is difficult, but it is freeing”. The program confronted me that in seeking freedom, what difficulties am I prepared to weather to attain it, and what old habits threaten my safety and survival to withstand these, and am I equipped to make the changes necessary.
When we do not know what it is that we are seeking, sometimes it is very difficult to know it when we find it. The program equips me with the tools necessary to carve my niche, and in the ensuing journey of its creation, the form to support me, and, for that I am eternally grateful. Thank you Rose, Tonkin, Promise and Mo for a passion reignited and a desire for more.
Your friend, Leanne S.
Leanne's first visit here was out of the ordinary. She had been riding since a very early age, and was/is a capable Dressage Rider -with many talents, and we could easily see that when she rode. However, while here -she was to go all the way back to her early years, to experience what she had almost forgotten because of her learned, strenuous riding habits. While here, she must go back to basics, and learn our true safety and survival tactics, also great for life skills., since she was previously hospitalized due to pretty serious injuries --that she still remembers, so we treat with caution and awareness with her emotions as well our safety awareness strategies.
Know that the body and mind MUST learn separately!
Balance must be accompanied by assurance -of everything that needs to be learned --before advancing to ANY TECHNIQUE to accomplish any task -with a horse.